The Epic Summit & Icefield Helicopter Tour


No minimum age
Available year-round
Tour runs daily weather permitting

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Fly over the breathtaking Banff National Park on this an action-packed 30 minutes Epic Summit Helicopter Tour.
See the Cline, Lion and Lioness glaciers at 10,000 ft (3,050 m) mountain pass, and a fantastic view of the Wilson Icefield and its many crevasses. On your way back to the helicopter base you will view a spectacular waterfall at 900 feet (300 m).
Get your camera ready, sit back and enjoy the flight. The pilot will narrate the scenery you pass, pointing out the main sightseeing points and mountain peaks.
This helicopter tour is epic as it sounds and perfect for couples and families.

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The listed price is per 1 person.
The prices shown include landing fees ($4.00 per person), Tourism fees and Carbon Tax ($8%).
A minimum of 2 guests is required per flight. Single travelers will be accommodated with another guest (s) where possible or the CLIENT can pay for an additional seat to guarantee the booking.

No minimum age.
Duration: 30 minutes in the air.
Children who have not yet reached their second birthday travel for FREE when sitting on a parent’s lap. An adult price applies to children age 2 and older.
Season: flights operate year-round.
Maximum weight is 250 pounds (113 kg) per passenger.
Experience Provider reserves the right to change, delay, or terminate any tour if the weather conditions are deemed to put passengers or equipment at unnecessary risk.
Dress for the weather.
The Heliport Base is located 3 hours from Calgary, 1.5 hours north of Lake Louise and 2.5 hours south of Jasper near the Columbia Icefields.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your flight for a short safety briefing.

Tour Includes:
– Fly over crevasses, glaciers and waterfalls.
– See a beautiful Wilson Icefield from the sky.

Information on how to book this experience will be provided in your experience voucher.

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